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that deadly plane crash in elko. why investigators -- now say -- the pilots actions -- saved countless lives. plus-- sot broadcastify - verbated: "i've got an officer down in front of headquarters." a manhunt underway in texas .... after an officer is gunned down ... during a traffic stop! and -- president-elect donald trump -- meeting with top candidates -- to round out his cabinet -- as the backlash mounts -- against nominees -- but first -- a live look outside -- across the valley. things are looking pretty overcast today. some areas even getting a few sprinkles. let's check in...with karla huelga...for your 13 first alert forecast! karla ...any chance we could see more rain today? right now -- one man is stabbed to death.
medical center. an update tonight ... on that plane crash in elko! although 4 people were killed ... when the plane went down in a parking lot ... and avoid nearby homes and business! we're told ....two medical crew members... and a patient were on board friday night ... when the american med-flight plane took off... from elko regional airport... it was headed to a hospital in utah. investigators say... there was some sort of a before the crash this is world day of rememberance -- for people who died on our roads. valley families -- are celebrating their loved ones -- and supporting each other . 13-action news reporter -- marti glaser -- joins us in studio -- with more. christopher - the holidays are esecially difficult for those who have lost a loved one ,,, and making things worse is knowing the crashes that cost their loved ones life ...were preventable. it's a group that no one here wants to be part of... and now its something they all
something that crystal hill and anne -marie ricci have lived with for close to 4 years. jesse and anne- marie ...boyfriend and girlfriend at the time...were walking on a side walk when they were both struck by a vehicle . we are placing an ornament today for my son jessie hill who was killed new years day 2013 by an impaired driver and anne marie is here today holiday season and everday in jesse's honor. right now -- a manhunt is underway in san antonio, texas. police looking for a man ... accused of shooting and killing a police officer in broad daylight! and it happened ... just outside of police headquarters. abc's chuck sivert-sen has the latest. a san antonio police officer was shot outside of police headquarters just before noon. sot broadcastify - verbated:
officer had just pulled over a vehicle and was writing a traffic ticket. sot william mcmanus, san antonio police chief 'when the process of conducting that traffic stop an unknown suspect parked his vehicle behind detective marconi's patrol car and approached him while he was gunshot toward detective marconi, striking him in the head. the suspect then reached in through the open window, and fired a second shot." sot broadcastify "i need ems right now." but medics could not save the officer's life. senseless violence is unacceptable." police have released a surveillance photo of the suspect's car fleeing police headquarters after the shooting, describing the consider the suspect to be extremely dangerous and a clear chuck sivertsen, abc news, new york. donald trump's victory has caused some street clashes ...
held an anti-trump march ... near one of his hotels in toronto! at one point ... scuffles broke out between them ... and some trump supporters! protesters are accusing trump of racism... and they say ... they do not want to see his ideas spill over into canada. police arrested one person. back here at home -- protesters plan another anti-trump rally. it's scheduled to begin at 8 tonight. marchers will start at the linq -- and end at trump international hotel.. metro -- is expectedt as the president-elect ...takes meetings with potential cabinet contenders ... his signature plan to create jobs! plus -- there's still that ongoing twitter war with the broadway musical "hamilton." abc's mary bruce has the latest. natsot - donald trump / (r) president-elect "great day!" smiling and statesmanlike... the president-elect eager for another round of meetings. but a frustrated donald trump
natsot - "we truly hope that this show has inspired you to uphold our american values and to work on behalf of all of us." trump calling on the actors and producers to apologize for addressing vice president elect mike pence after friday night's show? sot - donald trump / (r) president-elect trump: "they were very inappropriate." but pence doesn't seem to agree... (fox news sunday) sot - gov. mike pence / (r) vice- president elect "i wasn't offended by what was said." at trump's new jersey golf club - a parade of cabinet contenders waving to the cameras? but already trump's team forced to national security advisor lt. general michael flynn - who has called islam a cancer? (abc this week) sot - reince priebus / chairman, rnc / incoming white house chief of staff raddatz: "is he in line with how president-elect trump views islam?" priebus: "well, i think so. i mean, look, phrasing can always be done differently but clearly there are some aspects of that faith that are problematic." and attorney general pick senator jeff sessions - who was rejected 30 years ago for a federal
behavior to this day. (abc this week) sot - sen. charles schumer / (d) new york "the only fair thing to do is ask a lot of questions, very thorough questions, and then make an opinion." scrutiny also falling on trump's much touted trillion dollar infrastructure plan? how will it be financed? seem to be more inclined towards tax cuts for private companies, tax credits for private companies... bridge in order to monetize it. that will be a key question going forward." just two months until inauguration day. mary bruce, abc news, bedminster, new jersey. right now -- near the airport connector. part of the 215 is both directions in that area. it'll run through tomorrow morning. and -- it could effect your monday- morning commute. 13-action news anchor -- yasmeen hassan -- has a look -- at some alternate routes for you -- as we head into your work week. this is the last day... the 215 will be closed in both
of a flyover off-ramp over the highway. drivers headed to mccarran international airport will be able to use the 215 to get to also be closed during the same this part of the 215 entirely this weekend, if possible, as westbound 215 traffic not drivers headed from the interstate 15 to 215 east and a frantic search -- for days. her home -- after her mother is murdered. that little girl -- is found safe -- several hundred miles away. what we're now learning -- about the suspects. plus... how police in california ... got high-tech...
with shotguns -- holding up a liquor store. authorities say -- the group is behind as many -- as 16 robberies across california-- often holding up 2 stores a night. 18 "about 3 guys. 1 armed with a shotgun. 1 guy hopped over the counter. butt with. :28 the run inside the store. they hijack a worker, they grab the money. authorities -- finally able to catch up with the gunmen -- called crime- forecasting. after the thieves held up one business last night -- cops knew the crooks -- would hit up another one -- a short itme later. police -- spread out across the city -- eventually catching the men. :49 " at least one of the men pointed a shotgun at officers fearing for thier's and others safety, police fired their weapons." police shot 2 of the suspects -- both teenagers. both are in stable condition. a robber took off.
a major development tonight ... in a sad and baffling case! a newborn snatched out of a home in kansas...after her mother is murdered! police now say... they've found baby sophia safe .... hundreds of miles away in dallas, texas! this nightmare began on thursday ... when sophia's father came home ...to find his little girl missing and her mother ... fatally shot. acting on a tip -- the fbi was able to find the baby alive. chief gordon ramsay, wichita police: "this is the best possible outcome to a very sad abc news consultant: "expertise, technology and custody. police say ...the knew the family ... but haven't released a motive. a frantic operation ... off the coast of massachusetts! 6 people were rescued from this fishing boat ... when it began sinking. the coast guard able to safely get everyone off .... before the boat went under. no word on why it was sinking.
ma -- is heading east. the blizzard -- creating white out conditons in the upper midwest. abc's -- eva pilgrim -- has the latest. the season's first big snow storm on the move, as parts of the northeast prepare for snowfall. white out conditions spanning from michigan to pennslyvania? plows out in full force - drivers taking it slow. whipping winds a threat too - downed powerlines causing two cars to catch fire. natsot: well got about 4 inches of snow so far? and as you can see, it's still coming rederfern) the snow accumulating quickly, as the storm makes its way east. (credit : youtube ross rederfern) the pile up too much for some residents. "this stuff weighs a ton to move = i'm too old to be moving it." parts of upstate new york expecting 10-20 inches of accumulation. the storm bringing in a frigid cold front, causing temperatures to plummet up to 40 degrees in less than 24 hours. in west virginia, college football fans undeterred by the weather cheering in the stands field. nat: let it snow the band at
expect breezy winds and highs in the low to mid 60s tomorrow. the system moves out and we will see more sunshine on tuesday with highs in the mid 60s. highs will continue in the mid 60s on wednesday, but another system will bring some wind and cloud cover that day. we'll see a little cool-down to the low 60s in the system's wake on thanksgiving. we'll also see sunny skies and light winds on thursday. expect mainly sunny skies on black friday and to start the weekend, along with highs in the mid 60s. we'll get a bit more cloud cover on sunday and a slight drop in another storm system approaches the area. wx chat look best starting in the overnight hours and continuing into monday morning. it looks like chances for rain will continue through the late morning hours and will then clear out as we head into the afternoon. expect breezy winds and highs in the low to mid 60s tomorrow. the system moves out and we
60s. highs will continue in the mid 60s on wednesday, but another system will bring some wind and cloud cover that day. we'll see a little cool-down to the low 60s in the system's wake on thanksgiving. we'll also see sunny skies and light winds on thursday. expect mainly sunny skies on black friday and to start the weekend, along with highs in the mid 60s. we'll get a bit more cloud cover on sunday and a slight drop in highs to the low 60s as another storm system approaches the area.
toys-r-us -- is pulling a tonka truck off their shelves -- after claims it could be -- a fire hazard. a washington family says -- the ride-on dump truck exploded -- bursting into flames -- on their way home from the store. they say -- put out the fire -- and started to bring the toy back to the store. but -- on their way back -- they say -- the truck caught burst into flames again -- this time -- setting fire to their pick-up truck. the company is now inve there was a special family event today.... over at the clark county library on east flamingo. it's the 25th anniversary ... of the classic movie "hook." in addition to watching the film ... families had a chance to have some birthday cake, and even take pictures with the screenwriter and some of the actors! folks also were able to give back to the community -- through the peter pan birthday-club. the club raises money for children's hospitals throughout the country. next -- it's one of the biggest
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jackson for thriller - that used to be the record other artists racking up nominations this year -- rihanna (nat) adele (nat) and justin bieber (nat). (10 seconds total maybeline commercial) https://www.youtube.c om/watch?v=uysgeirpji hosting the show -- runway model and the face of maybeline gigi hadid (couple seconds nats) ... pharoah -- known for his impressions (5 seconds nats) (sting nats - music video and cont over track) and musical to perform a medley during th e show. other exciting acts are set to is currently on tour. ll abc news los angeles. here's a look -- at what's
at 7 -- america's funniest home videos at 8 -- american music awards at 11 -- 13 action news a pacific storm system will bring chances for rain and a little cool-down to the area to start the workweek. chances for rain for the las vegas valley look best starting in the overnight hours and clear out as we head into the afternoon. expect breezy winds and highs 60s. highs will continue in the mid 60s on wednesday, but another we'll also see sunny skies and the mid 60s. we'll get a bit more cloud cover on sunday and a slight that's our news for now. but stay with us -- for abc's world news tonight -- up next. we are always on -- at ktnv dot com -- and on our free -- ktnv
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welcome to "world news tonight." the trump transition. president-elect donald trump's game of political apprentice. the parade of contenders hoping to hear the words, "you're hired." former rival mitt romney under serious consideration. and the two people who won't be going to washington right away. also tonight, trump's escalating twitter war against the cast of "hamilton." winter blast. the first major snow storm o the season moving east. just as millions of americans are traveling for thanksgiving. what's happening at one of america's busiest airports that could make matters much worse. breaking news. the urgent manhunt. a traffic stop turns deadly. an officer shot and killed, within sight of police headquarters. fiery crash. new clues about what caused this air ambulance to go down. a patient and three crew members killed. and, sticker shock. patients forced to pay huge